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    Ok this will be the last post about the from me... Ladies that have had implants how long did it take for the pressure and soreness in your chest to go away? Also, what did they give you to take for pain? They gavel lortabs but they don't do anything. What reccommendations do you all have? Plus my vision has been kinda blurry since last night.... Could that be from the anesthesia and pain meds?
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    well healing time is different depending where the incision is made, are you getting a lift too? thats more poking and prodding.

    I had lost loads of weight when I was younger and as a result and had lets call them empty sacks that needing filling lol
    I had a cut under the boob and just had the implants put in, no lift, no cuts around the nipple and I wasnt even really that sore at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skittles View Post
    well healing time is different depending where the incision is made, are you getting a lift too? thats more poking and prodding.

    I had lost loads of weight when I was younger and as a result and had lets call them empty sacks that needing filling lol
    I had a cut under the boob and just had the implants put in, no lift, no cuts around the nipple and I wasnt even really that sore at all.
    No I jut got implants yesterday. The incision is under the breast with no lift. He did them under the muscle too. Other than the pressure and blurred vision I feel perfectly fine
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    id say the anesthesia is making you a little fuzzy headed it has done me in the past.
    I dont even think i took pain meds cant remember
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skittles View Post
    id say the anesthesia is making you a little fuzzy headed it has done me in the past.
    I dont even think i took pain meds cant remember
    It's more pressure than pain. If I strain too much getti up it hurts some.
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    did you go up quite a bit?
    with me no skin was stretched i was just filling it up
    so if your skin is being stretch so to say that could explain that pain
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skittles View Post
    did you go up quite a bit?
    with me no skin was stretched i was just filling it up
    so if your skin is being stretch so to say that could explain that pain
    I went from a full B to a full D. It's not unbearable but still sucks.
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    Keep taking the loritab. Take them every 4 hours or however long they say to, you don't want to wait until you are in pain to take them, they work better if you take them before it gets too bad. The first 2 days I laid on the couch in a lot of pain. Dh had to hold me by the hips when I walked because my balance was all kinds of off, I was fuzzy headed, it was weird.

    With me the pressure was there for a couple weeks, just decreasing over time. I was driving about a week after they were done but it was uncomfortable for me to sleep on my side or any other way than my back for almost a month.

    congrats on the new tatas!
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    They gave me lortab, Celebrex, and an anti biotic. Who knows it probably is still part anesthesia.
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    I just want to say based on your typing and spelling, I think the loritab is working! I promise I'm not laughing at you, but with you!
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